Mitsubishi’s Outlander PHEV has become a big hit in the UK – sales recently passed the 25,000 mark, and the Japanese SUV now represents about half the total number of PHEVs registered in the island nation, where some 13 plug-in hybrid models are available.
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV was first launched in Japan in 2013, and came to the UK in May 2014. Despite repeated promises, it has yet to go on sale in the US.
The 2016 model features a two-way electrical power supply capability, which allows the Outlander to supply power to a home from its battery, and to link up to a Home Electricity Management System to enable more efficient use of power.
Source: Mitsubishi via Green Car Congress